Ipswich snatch late leveller against Leicester

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City in the FA Youth Cup quarter-final. Davis made the mistake in the 28th minute of the match, which proved to be crucial as Leicester City ended up winning the game 2-1. Despite the disappointment of the own goal, Davis still has a bright future ahead of him in football and will continue to work hard to improve his skills.

Jeremy Sarmiento, who replaced a player on Ipswich Town's team, scored a goal that secured their position in the top spots for promotion in the Championship league. This goal happened in the final moments of the match against the leading team Leicester City, which took place in King Power Stadium.

It seemed like the Foxes were going to be ahead by 10 points at the top once again, as they scored the first goal in the first half thanks to an own goal by Leif Davis.

During an exciting second period, the Foxes' goalie Mads Hermansen pulled off an impressive stop from Wes Burns just after the start of the half. Meanwhile, Kasey McAteer had a shot of his own that was denied by a defender on the opposing team.

However, when Hermansen was only able to deflect a shot from Massimo Luongo in the penalty area, Sarmiento, who is on loan from Brighton, was the quickest to react. He managed to score with a shot that went through the legs of the Danish goalkeeper.

Ipswich has managed to tie with Leicester twice in the last month, with both matches being decided in the final minutes. They previously accomplished the same feat at home on Boxing Day.

This latest game ended in a tie, which allowed them to move up in the rankings past Southampton and reclaim the second place spot. Meanwhile, Leicester remains firmly ahead with a seven-point lead at the very top.

Coventry City brought an end to the Foxes' impressive 10-game unbeaten streak in the league, which included a remarkable 8 victories.

Enzo Maresca's team experienced their fourth defeat of the season, which hindered their impressive performance at the top. However, only the Reading squad from 2006, who secured a remarkable 106 points, has accumulated more points than Maresca's team after playing 28 games.

During the game, Maresca received his third yellow card of the season which resulted in him being unable to be on the touchline during the Ipswich match. This caused the team to face a setback.

Some people were worried that Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, an important member of the midfield team, would not be able to play due to an injury he sustained during the previous game. However, he was in good condition and able to begin the game.

After a break of 60 days, Leicester had their first bench appearance. 37-year-old Jamie Vardy, a previous England national team member who helped the team advance to the Premier League and win the FA Cup with his goals, was also available as he had recuperated from injuries.

The entrance of Sarmiento caused great excitement among the audience, but this joy quickly dissipated when he scored the tying goal and surprised the loyal Leicester City fans.

Mavididi Impresses, But Foxes Squander Opportunities

Leicester started the game brightly with a lot of possession and put pressure on the opposition team. They created many opportunities to score, with Tom and Stephy trying to get into the box but Ipswich's defenders stopped them. The opposition team was defending very well.

Dewsbury-Hall made an uncommon pass without direction while hoping to set up Cannon for an opportunity to score. This happened during a counter-attack initiated by Pereira, but unfortunately, the opportunity was not seized.

Just moments before, Hamza Choudhury took a strong shot from beyond the penalty area, but the opposing goalkeeper Vaclav Hladky managed to deflect it out of bounds.

In the end, Mavididi's skill managed to overcome Ipswich's defense.

The old player of Arsenal, Juventus, and Montpellier exchanged passes with Harry Winks and Pereira before kicking a low ball towards the goal. Unfortunately, Davis, who was retreating, accidentally hit the ball into his own net.

During the first half of the game, Leicester had numerous opportunities to score, however, Pereira and McAteer missed their shots while Cannon was prevented from scoring by Hladky.

Sarmiento Scores Ipswich's First Goal

Ipswich, a team that's aiming for automatic promotion after moving up from League One, didn't pose a significant threat during the initial 45 minutes.

In the second half, the boss Kieran McKenna decided to send out a team that was more optimistic. They started off with a series of early corners, and Burns was able to test Hermansen with a powerful close-range volley.

In the Leicester versus Ipswich match, Lewis Travis made a great clearance off the goal line to prevent Leicester from scoring their second goal just before the hour mark. Additionally, Cannon attempted a powerful shot from the top of the box which was saved by Hladky. Towards the end of the game, Hladky also prevented McAteer from scoring.

Southampton's 20-game league run without a defeat helped them to compete with Ipswich for the second spot in automatic promotion. Sarmiento scored his first goal for the club which secured their dominance in the battle. This 20-game unbeaten run was a club record for Southampton.

The game between Leicester City and Ipswich Town has come to a close, ending in a 1-1 draw.

The second part of the game has finished, with both teams Leicester City and Ipswich Town having a score of one goal each.

The waiting has ended. They are prepared to resume.

The game was paused due to Massimo Luongo, a player for Ipswich Town, getting injured.

In the defensive half, Hamza Choudhury from Leicester City managed to earn a free kick.

Jeremy Sarmiento of Ipswich Town committed a foul.

A replacement has been made by Leicester City. Kasey McAteer has been substituted by Marc Albrighton.

Score! Ipswich Town equalizes against Leicester City with a goal from Jeremy Sarmiento, who shoots with his right foot from the middle of the box, hitting the centre of the net.

Great try! Massimo Luongo from Ipswich Town attempted a shot with his right foot from outside the box. However, the goalkeeper managed to save the ball in the upper center of the goal. Nathan Broadhead assisted Luongo in his attempt.

The chance was wasted as Nathan Broadhead from Ipswich Town did not connect with his header from the left side of the six yard box. The ball flew high and wide towards the left and George Edmundson helped by giving a pass with his head.

Leicester City's player, Ricardo Pereira, was given a yellow card due to committing a serious foul during the game.

Ricardo Pereira (Leicester City) has committed a foul.

Leif Davis, who plays for Ipswich Town, has earned a free kick while in the defensive side of the field.

The effort has been blocked! Leicester City's Kasey McAteer hits a shot with their right foot from the midpoint of the field, but it is stopped, preventing a goal. Yunus Akgün helped set up the attempt.

George Edmundson of Ipswich Town missed a chance to score when his header from close range went too high. Leif Davis provided the assist with a cross after a corner.

At the corner of the field, Ipswich Town lost possession due to the actions of Jannik Vestergaard.

Change, Leicester City. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall is replaced by Yunus Akgün.

Leicester City makes a substitution as Thomas Cannon is replaced by Jamie Vardy.

Ipswich Town player, Wes Burns, has been caught offside resulting in an offside call.

The ball has been kicked into the corner by Ipswich Town and it has resulted in the opposing team conceding due to James Justin.

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